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52 Films By Women To Stream On Netflix and Amazon Prime


To help people with their 52 Films By Women challenge this year I thought I’d put together a list of some of my favorite films directed by women that are easily accessible on Netflix and Amazon Prime. Keep in mind that this is in no way all of the films directed by women available on these services, but rather a selection of films I have seen and enjoy. There are also many more films available to rent on Amazon Video as well. Think of this as a jumping off point! Also if you have not taken the 52 Films By Women pledge yet you can do so here.

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October 2018 in Films


As you will see I watched A LOT of movies in October. The month began with my third trip to Pordenone in Italy for the Pordenone Silent Film Festival. The festival was again jam-packed with amazing film, mostly rarities from film archives and new restorations. I then watched several 2018 films (in theaters and on Netflix). Lastly, the month ended with the news that FilmStruck will be shutting down on November 29th (no worries, I still have a job!), so I have been binge-watching silent films and Japanese cinema. All of this resulted in a lot of cinema consumed. I discovered some new favorite directors and some truly awe-inspiring cinema. As always, you can see everything I watched plus some favorites after the cut.

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Movie Quote of the Day – Slums of Beverly Hills, 1998 (dir. Tamara Jenkins)


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Vivian: Are you starring at my breasts?
Eliot: No!
Vivian: Well look at them!
Eliot: Ok. . .
Vivian: What do they make you think?
Eliot: I don’t. . .I don’t know.
Vivian: Do you think they look deformed?
Eliot: I think they’re beautiful!
Vivian: Do you want to touch them?
Eliot: Ok.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Savages, 2007 (dir. Tamara Jenkins)


Wendy Savage: We’re gonna have to go out there and find him.
Jon Savage: Wendy, we are not going to have to go out there and find him. We are not in a Sam Shepard play.